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Root Canals in Catonsville, MD

Every year, thousands of Americans struggle with mysterious tooth pain. If you've felt a sting or a throb in a certain tooth, you may be tempted to assume you've gotten a cavity. The truth is that the pain could be caused by something much more serious, such as a root infection.

Failing to seek treatment for an infected tooth early on can lead to severe consequences. However, you can always turn to the dentists at Advance Dental Clinic for a solution to your pain. We're proud to set the local standard for quick and effective root canals in Catonsville, MD, and the surrounding areas. We'll minimize your pain and remove all traces of infection from the tooth in question.


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Locally Trusted Root Canal Dentist

Trust your oral health to a team that cares about your comfort and satisfaction. As members of the American Dental Association, Advance Dental Clinic is committed to your teeth and gums' condition. Our root canal dentist office encourages you to mention any questions or concerns you have prior to your procedure—we'll do our best to put you at ease, as well as keep you informed as your treatment progresses.

If you're concerned about feeling discomfort or even pain during root canal therapy, relax—our clinic offers a variety of sedation options to keep your procedure smooth. We know that not everyone feels the same amount of stress or discomfort during oral surgeries. It's one of the reasons we tailor our approach to each patient's unique needs.


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What is Root Canal Therapy?

When infection progresses in untreated teeth, it can rot them from the inside, leading to severe nerve damage. Infection can also turn your tooth's root to an unpleasant pulp—the source of the pain that many people feel right before they seek professional treatment. This is the source of the stereotype surrounding root canals; the procedure itself is not painful, but the infection that prompts you to seek treatment can be.

To that end, opting for an early root canal is essential to preserving your smile's appearance and health. A tooth infection that is allowed to progress can quickly destroy your tooth's root and nerve; this, in turn, can lead to complete tooth loss. If this is true for you, though, don't worry—our cosmetic and restorative dentists offer prosthetic options, including dental bridges.


Contact our dental office to learn more about root canals and their causes. We proudly serve families in Catonsville, Ellicott City, Clarksville, Columbia, and Elkridge, MD.